Saturday, October 31, 2020


IN THIS NEWSLETTER
:

New Member

Annual General Meeting & Proxy Voting Info

November Board meeting
Organized Play Round Robin+Skill Level Play Round Robin
Guest Player Update From QC POA/Robson




Lauren Olson


QCPC Annual General Meeting

via Zoom 

 November 12th 

 1 pm.


If you would like to join the meeting please follow the instructions below. We will discuss the status of our Club, and we have 4 votes needed by the membership.  Two votes on Capital Expenditure improvements for the courts, and two votes on By-Law updates. You can join the meeting by phone or computer.  To have a quorum at our meeting we need a minimum of 50 members to vote through either the Zoom meeting or through a proxy. If you can not make the meeting, please vote via proxy (instructions on the website).



Topic: QCPC General Meeting

Time: Nov 12, 2020 01:00 PM Arizona


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Annual General Meeting Proxy

 

The QCPC will have its Annual General Meeting on November 12th at 1 pm via zoom.  As approved in 2019, a proxy may be used if you can not attend the meeting.  The proxy must arrive by midnight on November 9th to Nancy Katzberg following the instructions on the proxy form.  Please make sure you follow the directions on the proxy so that your vote is counted.   A legal quorum for the General Meeting is 10% of our membership participating in person or by proxy.  With our current membership at 493, we will need a minimum of 50 votes.  


What is the QCPC Membership voting on?  Click HERE

Proxy Vote form for November meeting HERE




QCPC BOARD MEETING

VIA ZOOM

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4TH

1 PM


Due to COVID restrictions, 

the next scheduled QCPC monthly Board meeting

 will be held as a Zoom meeting. 

You are invited to participate

 Wednesday, November 4th at 1 pm

by following the instructions listed below.



Topic: QCPC Board Meeting

Time: Nov 4, 2020 01:00 PM Arizona

Agenda: Click:  HERE


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Meeting ID: 867 5404 9396

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Coming Soon!  

QCPC Organized Play Round Robins


Organized Play (OP) is Club-sponsored round robin play available only to Club members.  OP provides playing opportunities for Club members possessing approximately the same skill level (self-evaluated).  Weekly OP round robins will be scheduled for players of level  2.0 Mondays, 2.5 Tuesdays, 3.0 Wednesdays, 3.5 Thursdays, and 4.0+ Fridays, on a trial basis beginning the week of November 2nd.  

 

Here’s what you need to know:

  1. OP round robins are limited to 10 players on two courts.
  2. All players participating in OP round robins must sign-up using Sign-Up Genius (SUG).  SUG links will soon be available on the QCPC website.  Sign-Ups will become active seven days before the day of play on a first-come, first-served, until the maximum number of player slots are filled.  Absolutely no drop-ins are allowed
  3. OP round robins are held during non-Prime Time hours.  They will initially be scheduled for the first two hours after morning Prime Time, but are subject to adjustment as needed.
  4. Round robin sheets will be provided.
  5. Each OP group must designate two players as representatives for communications to/from Dave Mungo, Organized Play Coordinator.  OP groups without representatives will be discontinued. 
  6. Players must supply their own pickleballs. 
  7. Social-distancing and off-court mask-wearing rules apply.  Hand and ball sanitizing are highly recommended. 
  8. All OP participants play at their own risk of injury, illness, loss, and damage.   

              Questions? Contact Dave Mungo, OP Coordinator; djmungo@hotmail.com



QCPC Skill-Level Round Robins


Skill-Level Round Robins are similar to Organized Play Round Robins except that players must have nationally recognized ratings or appropriate tournament experience in order to qualify.  Skill-Level play is limited to 10 players on two courts.  Players must sign-up in advance using Sign-Up Genius.  All other rules and procedures for Organized Play apply to Skill-Level play.

 

If you have questions, contact Dave Mungo, Skill-Level Play Coordinator (djmungo@hotmail.com).  


If you are interested in starting a Skill-Level Round Robin, send a completed Skill-Level Round Robin application form (available on the QCPC website right hand column under QCPC 

resources) to Dave. 







Quail Creek POA/Robson Policy Update

Due to a Policy update by Robson and the QC POA
 guests not staying with residents of QC 
will not be allowed to play on the QC Pickleball Courts.


Saturday, October 24, 2020

IN THIS NEWSLETTER

    Welcome new member

    Coming Soon More Play -- You will want to read this!

    Lights Issue Fix

    Save the Date for two events

    Need a name badge? 

    






NEW MEMBER

Pam Campbell




Coming Soon!  

QCPC Organized Play Round Robins


Organized Play (OP) is Club-sponsored round robin play available only to Club members.  OP provides playing opportunities for Club members possessing approximately the same skill level (self-evaluated).  Weekly OP round robins will be scheduled for players of level  2.0 Mondays, 2.5 Tuesdays, 3.0 Wednesdays, 3.5 Thursdays, and 4.0+ Fridays, on a trial basis beginning the week of November 2nd.  

 

Here’s what you need to know:

  1. OP round robins are limited to 10 players on two courts.
  2. All players participating in OP round robins must sign-up using Sign-Up Genius (SUG).  SUG links will soon be available on the QCPC website.  Sign-Ups will become active seven days before the day of play on a first-come, first-served, until the maximum number of player slots are filled.  Absolutely no drop-ins are allowed
  3. OP round robins are held during non-Prime Time hours.  They will initially be scheduled for the first two hours after morning Prime Time, but are subject to adjustment as needed.
  4. Round robin sheets will be provided.
  5. Each OP group must designate two players as representatives for communications to/from Dave Mungo, Organized Play Coordinator.  OP groups without representatives will be discontinued. 
  6. Players must supply their own pickleballs. 
  7. Social-distancing and off-court mask-wearing rules apply.  Hand and ball sanitizing are highly recommended. 
  8. All OP participants play at their own risk of injury, illness, loss, and damage.   

              Questions? Contact Dave Mungo, OP Coordinator; djmungo@hotmail.com

QCPC Skill-Level Round Robins



Skill-Level Round Robins are similar to Organized Play Round Robins except that players must have nationally recognized ratings or appropriate tournament experience in order to qualify.  Skill-Level play is limited to 10 players on two courts.  Players must sign-up in advance using Sign-Up Genius.  All other rules and procedures for Organized Play apply to Skill-Level play.

 

If you have questions, contact Dave Mungo, Skill-Level Play Coordinator (djmungo@hotmail.com).  


If you are interested in starting a Skill-Level Round Robin, send a completed Skill-Level Round Robin application form (available on the QCPC website right hand column under QCPC 

resources) to Dave. 







LIGHTS ISSUE


Adjustment of the angle of the lights
will be performed this next week.
date to be determined
11AM to 3PM 
QC will maintenance will bring a lift
to all courts, except 3 and 4 (due to steps),
The night of the adjustment
the illumination of the lights will be inspected,
if that is unsuccessful another method will be tried. 



PUT IT ON THE CALENDAR

QCPC VIRTUAL  BOARD MEETING

Wednesday, Nov 4, 2020 01:00 PM Arizona

agenda to follow


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VIRTUAL GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING 

THURSDAY
12 NOVEMBER 2020
1PM







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Saturday, October 17, 2020



Linda Fain AlSaigel 

On behalf of the 490 members of the Quail Creek Pickleball Club

the board we would like to personally thank you

for your generous donation of 

$500 to our Club.  


During this time of great uncertainty, 

we’ve been encouraged and humbled by your

generosity and support 

for our Pickleball Community.   


Be sure to thank Linda if you see her on the courts!! 


We all look forward to resuming normal Club activities of

 Open Play, Socials, Organized Play,

meeting new members,

 and just having fun with all of our Membership.  




Change in Reservation Time


Effective tonight
time for making a reservation 
will be moved  
to 9pm. 

 This will accommodate QCPC players that play in the evenings.



P L E A S E

BE CONSIDERATE OF OTHERS 

CANCEL
 YOUR"HOLD MY COURT" RESERVATION

IF YOU AREN'T GOING TO USE IT. 




PUT IT ON THE CALENDAR

VIRTUAL GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING 

THURSDAY
12 NOVEMBER 2020
1PM





Saturday, October 10, 2020

Attention:
Hold My Court website; the hosting service is actively working the problem that is affecting access to multiple sites. There is no time estimate. 




Start Times

As per the POA guidelines, 
court hours are from sunrise to 10 pm. 
 Sunday, October 18th
start time changes to 6:30 am
 November 22nd
start time will be at 7 am




QCPC BOARD MEETING
VIA ZOOM
MONDAY, OCTOBER 12
1 PM

Due to COVID restrictions, 
the next scheduled QCPC monthly Board meeting
 will be held as a Zoom meeting. 
You are invited to participate
 Monday, October 12th at 1 pm
by following the instructions listed below.


Topic: QCPC Board Meeting
Time: Oct 12, 2020 01:00 PM Arizona

See Agenda HERE

Join Zoom Meeting HERE

Meeting ID: 837 7598 3613
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AZCENTRAL ARTICLE
"NEEDING VIM AND VINEGAR
FOR PICKLEBALL"

CLICK HERE






PARKING LOT NEWS

The QC POA has made plans
to seal/stripe the parking lot. 
 Sunland will perform this
October 16th, 17th, and 18th.
The parking lot and courts
will be closed 

 Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

Oct. 16,17th, and 18th. 


BUT



The Sahuarita courts 

at Veterans Municipal Park

 are open 7 days/wk 7:00 am-10:00 pm.  

No reservations are accepted.





COVID AND YOU


As a member of our club recently test 
positive for Covid-19
(as put out in email and last weeks newsletter),
we feel it our responsibility 
to promote best practices and compliance
with current health guidelines.
Please read and comply with the following: 
  1. Engage in as much social distancing as possible at the courts.
  2. All players should wash their hands immediately before playing and sanitize your hands between games.
  3. Consider disinfecting balls before play as these are potential means of virus transmission to all players handling the balls.
  4. Masks to be worn from the parking lot until you enter the courts, but not during play.  Also, you must wear a mask if you are sitting out a game.
  5. Do not play if you: (recommended guidelines from the USAPA and CDC)            Are exhibiting any symptoms of the coronavirus: mild to severe respiratory illness with fever, coughing, difficulty breathing, or other symptoms identified by the CDC.                                                                                                  HAVE BEEN IN CONTACT WITH SOMEONE WITH COVID IN THE LAST 14 DAYS   Are a vulnerable individual with serious underlying health conditions, including high blood pressure, chronic lung disease, diabetes, obesity, asthma, or whose immune system is compromised such as by chemotherapy from cancer and other conditions requiring such therapy.
  6. Avoid contact with others, such as handshakes and high fives. 
  7. Adhere to CDC guidelines by not touching your face (after handling a ball or paddle).
  8. Use your paddle and foot to pick up pickleballs and transfer them to your opponent .
  9. Be cautious about touching objects used by many people such as the restroom doorknobs, the water fountain, etc.  
  10. Keep Healthy and Safe